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care. president obama taking his push for health care reform out west. stops include montana and colorado. cbs news us who correspondent chip reid is traveling with the president and joins us from big sky this morning with more. good morning, chip. >> reporter: good morning erica. the president came here to big sky country for a town hall meetin his critics were predicting that this would be the time he would finally see that anger over health care reform face to face. >> hello, montana! >> reporter: it was clear right from the start this crowd was on his side. >> welcome and thank you. i believe in reform as well. >> reporter: the president lightened the mood even more with a little humor. >> here in montana, you got bears and moose and elk and in washington you just have mostly bulls. >> reporter: but finally some anger from a man who turned the president's humor against him. >> that's all we get is bull. you can't tell us how you're going to pay for this. >> reporter: the president said he would not raise taxes on the middle class but the plan would
a town hall meeting in montana. may be rowdier than the crowd in new hampshire earlier this week. usually they told signups on a web site. but tickets are being handed out on a first come first come basis. town halls have been heating up as you know all around the country this month. we will keep you potioned on what happens there secretary of state hillary clinton is wrapping up her trip to africa. this morning right now she is in cape verde day preparing to talk with nevez. she met with lie brotherrian leaders and spoke about democracy. >> there are no image wandz or i would have brought one for every one of you there are no quick fixes for countries making the transition from violent conflict to lasting peace and stability. alisyn: clinton toured seven african nation to bolster economic ties. brian: michael vick will try to resurrect his career with the eagles. he signed an option for a second year. the deal worth about $7 million. vick is backed in the league less than a month after being conditionally reinstated. following his prison term on dogfighting charges. so what do football f
, colorado. his meeting just like the one in montana have been tamer than some of what we've seen. also in his weekly address, the president urging americans to turn down the temperature and listen more. >> i know there's plenty of real concern and skepticism out there. the idea of change can be unsettling, and i know there's some folks who believe that government should have no role at all in solving our problems. these are legitimate differences, worthy of the real discussion that america deserves. >> now, the first family is traveling along on this road trip, seeing the sights like yellowstone national park. why is he focusing on the traditional red states? ed henry takes a look behinl the health care fight. >> reporter: sure, montana is a nice place to visit this time of year. but the president had more on his mind than just fly fishing. he also came for urgent business. buttering up the state's senior senator and chairman of the finance committee max baucus who could hold the fate of health reform in his hands. >> first of all, the man who is working tirelessly to make sure that th
specter again, montana, and nebraska, also hagerstown, maryland, and that's where senator ben cardin hosts a meeting this hour. we're keeping a close eye on this one. cardin actually got booed and jeered monday at his town hall in towson. and in new jersey, congressman steve rosman hosting that one. and there's a bunch of town halls in iowa. >>> republican senator chuck grassley is hosting four of them today. the second one is wrapping up this hour. the president praised grassley yesterday as a republican that is honestly coming up with a health care reform both parties can live with. he's one of the group of six senators from both parties heavily involved in the negotiations. this event earlier in winterset was pretty civil, but the crowd of 3000-plus wasn't giving the senators any softballs either, take a listen. >> like i said, i'm a dumb, southern iowa red neck, and i see nowhere in the constitution where health care is a right. >> we would have a bill through the united states senate. probably not one i would have voted for, but -- so if anybody is criticizing me for negotiating, you'
meeting in montana today and criticized the media for showing angry protestors and not enough of the constructive meetings going on. obama added that while montana has bears, moose and elk, he claimed that washington mainly just has bull. an investigation in the santa cruz mountains in california. a series of wildfires continues to spread. only 5% of the blaze is under control. stocks finished the day down. the dow fell 76 points on the day and slipped a half percentage point for the week. chris wallace now has a preview of what is on "special report" tonight. caller: coming up, latest on how some people ended up on the white house e-mail list and healthcare provision end-of-life provision seems dead, at least for now. join me at 6:00 eastern, and now back to glenn beck in new york. glenn: hello, america, time to use your head, bringing you stories where the media and the government are not using their heads. welcome to bailout nation. we're all socialists now, remember? it started with the banks and then it went to the car companies an insurance companies and now tarp money c
that to you. he was in montana yesterday. while he was there he heard from an impassioned insurance salesman about health care reform. listen to this. >> mr. president, i make a living selling individual health insurance. okay. obviously, i have paid very close attention to this insurance debate. as you know, the health insurance companies are in favor of health care reform. and have a number of very good proposals before congress to work with government to provide insurance for the uninsured and cover individuals with pre-existing conditions. why is it that you have changed your strategy from talking about health care reform to health insurance reform? and decided to vilify the insurance companies? >> okay, that is a fair question. that's a fair question. first of all, you are absolutely right that the insurance companies in some cases have been constructive. so i will give you a particular example, aetna has been trying to work with us in dealing with some of the pre-existing condition stuff. that's absolutely true. and there are other come pans who have done the same. now i want to just b
, tomorrow in montana. there will be another one with him in colorado saturday. we will be watching today's action and bring you any new developments. >>> also, we're learning more about what really happened when police escorted a woman out of a town hall health care meeting. this is the video we've been showing you. from missouri senator mccaskill's forum. the police tried to take a sign from her that said "rosa parks, first lady of civil rights." a new youtube video shows a different angle. we'll try to highlight it. a man actually went over to her and ripped the sign out of her hands. so police ended up leading both of them away. that woman, by the way, maxine johnson, is giving her side of the story. she said she went to the forum to represent her primarily african-american neighborhoods who do not have health insurance. she said she went through security, several guards saw the sign. she comply with instructions not to unroll it. but a reporter asked to see it and johnson says people in the audience were the problem. >> and there i asked another, i said, what was the problem. it was
mannered. >> reporter: saying angel and starlet were huge fans of hannah montana saying jaycee dreamed of becoming a model. always clean and well-dressed. no hint of the tragic reality. investigators have expanded the crime scene at phillip garrido's home and brought cadaver dogs to search the property next door. authorities are looking into whether garrido could be connected to a string of murders during the 1990s. >> we we also know is that phillip garrido had access to that property. he used that property and it looks like he lived on that property's in a shed. >> reporter: as we scoured the hometown looking for clues we found this in a hardware store. the name phil g. on a card. on august 17th this receipt shows garrido bought a pressure switch and left a $2 donation to the children's miracle network. as your jaycee dugard, we aunds she is with her kids and mom and couple our relatives surrounded by law enforcement officers and psychologists helping he reunite with her family. we're told she has been feeling some guilt over bonding with her captor here. phillip garrido for so long,
captor's printing business. her daughters, the two girls, adored hannah montana. we will take your calls. 1-877-tell-hln. steve rogers, a lieutenant in the new jersey police department, also with us, criminal defense attorney michelle suskawer. and dr. tarra fields. tarra, a lot of this is going to go to you. let's start with jaycee and her daughters, we saw the pictures. living in filth. we know she had access to a computer. people were trying to understand why at some point doesn't she run, ask for help, something? >> well, the reason is she may have felt there was a greater threat if she did do that. she may have decided and had been told in many different ways as a young child because remember she was a child when she was abducted that the safest thing for her is not to do anything. this man was probably a paranoid schizophrenic, but probably brilliant as sex offenders and cult leaders are. may have convinced her her family encouraged him to take her. maybe she is going to die or something is going to happen to her. intermittent reinforcement, love and it isn't around and then reinfo
-- >> sitting in an air hangar in montana. look, we remember -- >> i'm wondering how you get the bureaucracy of health care whether it is private property or government barack receipts. >> we don't want the government make health care decisions for doctors and individuals, and the president doesn't believe health insurance companies should make those determinations either. when they decide that you are too sick or when they decide -- i'm sure you could go on the air right now and get 100 viewers to call in that have dealt with their insurance company and found that it had to go through extra paperwork because our original the treatment was denied, or some extra hurdle was put in place that they had to jump over in order to receive the treatment they deserved. that shouldn't happen -- what in the world is that? [laughter] life like i am, like, never mind. i'm not going to go -- [laughter] those decisions should be made role that the private insurance company currently has on health care, that seems to suggest those bureaucrats would still be there. >> well, i don't know who administers box's
insurance proposal in montana. >>> people in our area got to voice their opinions today at a health care town hall in hagerstown, maryland. keith garvin joins us live from hagerstown with more on their part of the story. keith? >> reporter: the line in hagerstown community college began to form more than four hours before the start. residents mainly from western maryland eager to share their opinions on health care reform proposals. this was not a -- >> no sign to be apathetic anymore. people are waking up and seeing a lot of spending. their wallets are hurt. >> even though this is not a perfect bill, we know that this is not the bill that is ultimately going to be voted on. there is a civilized way of getting the truth as it is understood now. >> reporter: seems like these have become more familiar across the country in the past few week town hall meetings held by congressmen where emotions have come to the surface. in some cases crowds moving close to violence. today's host, ben cardin, faced a tough audience in towson on monday and was hope for civility. >> we hope those in attendance
? >> of course. i like my life. >> in montana and colorado, those states were presidential battlegrounds. now they are the front lines for health care reform. >> thanks so much. we have seep and heard the anger and frustration. we have heard the insults being thrown around. but through all the shouting, is the message getting through? does the president have to explain that he won't pull the plug on grandma? that is what he was saying yesterday. our panel of experts weighs in. >> and a u.s. army private under arrest this morning accused of being a krablgt killer. the 18-year-old soldier is one of three men charged with murdering a cartel member who was also a dea informant. we are live in dallas this morning. what makes this so shocking, ed, is that this fellow was allegedly working for a cartel on the mexican side of the border but the hit was on the american side of the border. >> a chilling example of the power, influence, and reach of the mexican drug cartel. there is a growing concern that the reach might be beginning to corrupt u.s. officials, authorities,or people working along the bor
to montana on friday to hold another town hall. the president will be greeted by protestors, perhaps as many as 500 people are expected at a rally outside of the airport where the president will be holding his town hall. chuck todd is chief white house correspondent on top of the white house strategy and all this. what is the view of the white house? do they feel like they're somehow being able to get their message out or fear they're being drowned out by all the chaos? >> the answer to both questions is yes. that is why you saw the president yesterday at this town hall spend as much time saying what the plan wasn't going to do and what was not in the plan as he did pushing the plan. so, i think they realized they're on two tracks. the actual debate about health care policy is not taking place at town halls. this debate is taking place still in the gang of six with max baucus, bradley, those guys in the senate with congressional democratic leaders. but that isn't what the public is see. now there's a public debate which has morphed into a part of a cult, a red versus blue culture wars. i fee
, montana, nebraska and the dakotas. i should say thunderstorm um and down the east coast. thunderstorms also from florida to new england. >> 90 in miami, 91 in atlanta and 77 in baltimore money chico agd minneapolis are just shy of 80 while omaha climbs to 83. a blistering 111 in oenix, 96 in salt lake city and 75 in portland. >> louisville, kentucky is getting revved up for a sizzling good time. >> more than 10,000 colorful hot rods are rolling into town for the 40th annual street rod nationals. the roadsters were all made before 1949, then rebuilt and modified. >> the event is the largest of its kind, draws tens of thousands of spectators and brings in about $15 million. >> we'll be right back. ♪ my maas ratty does 185, i lost my license, now i don't drive ♪ day 87 and tyler b. determined to find the answer for his acne. get a lilife. i'm trying. acne...even when it's mild... is a medical condition. huh? medical...as in doctor ? ohhhhhh. and that's how tyler came to his senses, sort of, and learned about once-a-day prescription epiduo gel. if you're not getting the results you w
against critics of health care reform. he heads west this week for more meetings in colorado and montana. the white house has created a website to counter critics. >>> at the forum hosted by pennsylvania arlen specter was raucous. details from national political correspondent, jessica yellin. >> reporter: anxiety, fear, confusion. add summer heat and you've got a potent combination for a health care town hall. frustration on the sidewalk out front. >> why don't they take the health care being forced down our throat? yeah, why don't you go home! why don't i have freedom? because we elected somebody that wants to take our freedom. where does my opinion count at? >> we're entitled to be here just like you! just like you! >> reporter: and inside the auditorium. >> wait a minute! wait a minute. you want to leave? leave. >> i am going to speak my mind before i leave, because your people told me i could. >> i'm angry. i'm an american citizen. i'm a voter. i'm a taxpayer. i'm sick of the lies. >> reporter: the man at the center of it all? senator arlen specter worked to displmyths about health c
all this should work as all h/"/ urban areas, that have monster profiles, and billings montana, 11.1% of the workforce in billings montana had monster.com job ofile. contrast that with boston, where 29.7%. so not only is it a much larger area, so from a number standpoint, but the percentage is nearly -- it is over three times. nearly four times that of a rural area. you have to dig in and ask herself why. do just make week job-search stempler, there are also jobs in those rural areas and. you know, i did this exercise yesterday where we put a map on the wall. a few days ago. would put a map on the wall and we did a darville because we wanted to try to test ourselves, not stack the deck, where do we go. we came up with pikesville, kentucky. so you are probably familiar. it's a little bit to the east but it is definitely a rural area and did you go to the next shide here you will see that in this rural area of the pikesville, kentucky, you know, when you do a job search on monster you are going find four or 500 jobs in that commutable distance of pico, many of them in pikesville. but
eligible communities in more than eight states. this is in colorado, in minnesota, montana, north dakota,ry rirks sout, rhode islh dakota, wisconsin, wyoming, and out in portry cork the virgin islands -- port -- puerto rico, the virgin islands and america samoa. in addition, these are community-driven projects. they reflect the local priorities for addressing energy challenges. some of the projects that are currently underway within this high-energy cost grants are replacing failing transmission and distribution lines that serve communities in my state and in arizona, idaho, maine and nevada. as we think about how we're going to move our energy, particularly our renewable energy sources, we've got to do more within our transmission systems. these -- this program allows for us to replace our -- our old or our failing transmission and distribution lines. some of the other projects, extend electric distribution lines to connect homes in rural communities in states like alaska, arizona, california, washington, and including some homes on indian reservations. the other projects replace old, i
these ideas, reinforced by the hollywood roles such as montana molan? do you think that this brought back a sort of mental slavery on that next generation that we are dealing with now to this point? >> yes. i should have you appear. and to answer the question of what happened. completely agree. so the reason why it ended was because the former masters did not believe, could not believe that we thought we were better than our segregation. that we actually had the nerve to become equals, right? that was the reason segregation construction and. we were taking advantage of all the opportunities and we no longer were slaves. and i think what happened, which is fascinating, that there was -- our history has been eaten out of us. i am literally in the sense it has been destroyed. there was a georgian lawmaker that was quoted as saying he wanted to destroy any record of african-american -- of freed slaves in the legislature because they had the nerve to be our colleagues. so at a certain point in certain states you know longer have records of freed slaves as lawmakers. going to go to the state se
in idaho and montana. otherwise, no flight delays on tap for the nation. now, here is this front just now coming out of southern ontario into northern indiana and central ohio. ahead of that, we are getting a few showers, but we still have the flow out of the southwest tapping humidity off the gulf of mexico and sweeping it up the at lap tick seaboard. going forward over the next 36 hours, this is a zone of potential precipitation. showers near washington from mid-afternoon all the way into the evening. earlier for the mountains and late morning there as the front approaches. then tonight into tomorrow, the front will stall out just to our south. by tomorrow morning, we may have a lingering shower, especially to our east. during the day, a stalled front with a passing shower near the beaches as well as south and east of washington. otherwise, lower humidity moving in that should linger into friday. a nice break from our usual high heat and humidityeg bin bng tomorrow. for today, it going to be rather uncomfortable withe t humidity levelsheat rhe r.high we'll have a little sun inhi an out
information on that. >>> someone illegally shot and killed one of montana's largest grizzly bears. now officials want to hunt down the killer and they're offering a big reward to get your help. new for you in about 40 minutes. >>> so gas price, holding steady. you might have noticed that, and they could be going down in the next few weeks by a couple pennies here and there. money expert jennifer westhoven here to share the good news. >> juicy prices, then came up. definitely good news in a bad economy for drivers. the latest national average from aaa, $2.63 a gallon, down a penny from last week. okay. much better than a year ago. you might remember, i think we down around $2:50 for a while and prices creeped up, trying to go higher. analysts say it's because the refineries were trying to pass higher prices on to you, but it didn't work. good for you. people stopped buying. that sets the stage for lower prices because got a lot of supply now of unused gas. meantime, summer vacation's over. the time of year when kids go back to school. there's no more driving vacations. you might see pum
that same message to two more town hall meetings this week. he will speak to a crowd in montana friday and saturday, holds a health care forum in grand junction, colorado. >> some other lawmakers haven't had the luxury of other crowds. police had to carry a woman out of senator claire mccaskill. >>> and ties to the michael jackson case, police searched a pharmacy yesterday. a source familiar with the investigation tells cnn, jackson's doctor bought a powerful anesthetic from the pharmacy and says he gave jackson that the day before jackson died. >> if i were an attorney, i'd be holding my breath. i think they're making it very clear they're looking solely to dr. murray with respect to this propofol. and may be looking at others but with respect to the manslaughter investigati investigation, i think he's solely in their sights. >>> we told you about michael jackson's tribute concert in austria. you won't have to get plane tickets. but they're working to get it broadcast world-wide and tickets are supposed to go on sale august 20. >>> and we heard about the plane on the tarmac seven hour
like joe montana here and to make it a perfect throw, and running decently just barely gets nipped there, the defense playing great there, in the sixth, led off with a walk, a ground ball by morgan, ground ball to second, another nice play there. they -- we steal the bag, safe at second, zimmerman then grounds to short, and then doubles down right field line by dunn, plate to the run, and then willingham flies out to center field. this was really our only chance. but ran the fastball in on him there after throwing him a lot of off speed and breaking balls throughout the series. >> well tomorrow is a very special day here at nationals park because it's gonna be a big day coming up. stephen strasburg will be in town but also on saturday a chance to join picnic in the park fans for all the season ticket holders. that will be 1:00 to 4:00. activities include you can throw a pitch in the bullpen. you can visit the nationals dugout. you can run the bases. you'll be able to get some player autographs and photographs, plus a q and a with the nats broadcasters and all so specialty guests. t
front when you get to idaho and montana. some of those will be giant hail makers so we'll watch for those later this afternoon. showers rolling through grand island, nebraska. dropping down the state line towards kansas. then it's the heat. it's back for you. 105 to 110 is the way it's going to make you feel. dallas, houston, in towards tulsa. then you get to places like phoenix and it's going to be 112, 114. 106 is hot even for this year, robin. >>> back to our breaking story. bob, thank you. two american journalists just arrived home after being freed from a north korea prison. we're hearing from them for the first time as they're reunited with their families. >>> talk about the perfect wedding present. what a total stranger gave away to a bride and her bridesmaids free. . >>> more on our breaking story today that we watched here live. two american reporters held in north korea are back in the united states. their plane landed in burbank, california a short while ago. here is the reunion that euna lee had with her little four-year-old daughter. north korea pardoned laura ling
and starlet were huge fans of hannah montana. she says jaycee dreamed of becoming a model. always clean and well-dressed, no hint of the tragic reality. investigators have expanded the crime scene at phillip garrido's home. they've brought cadaver dogs to search the property next door. authorities are looking into where garrido could be connected to a string of murders in the 1990s. >> what we also know is that phillip garrido had access to that property. he used that property and it looks like he lived on that property in a shed. >> reporter: as we've scoured garrido's hometown looking for clues, we found this in a hardware score, the name phil g. on a donation card. on august 17th, this receipt shows garrido bought a pressure switch and then left a $2 donation to the children's miracle network. dugard's whereabouts are a tightly kept secret. we understand she's with her two daughters and her mother. she's also with a team of psychologists and authorities helping the family through the reuniting progress. >> tonight, cnn's larry king will interview a woman who was raped by phillip garr
the northern rockies coming out of montana through salt lake city north of you guys. ought to be dry for most of day. not much going on there. you get across the east coast, here's where you problems begin. around north carolina and south carolina, mainly around that frontal boundary. zero in toward the region. the most powerful action is around the coast from wilmington towards charleston. zero in right now. look at the squall that jumps off the coach around myrtle beach. lots of lightning. north of charleston, south of wilmington beach. showers in north carolina, virginia as well. soggy for the first part of the day. later this afternoon it'll begin to die down a little bit. as for florida, things are drying up nicely until you get towards the panhandle. this may become our next tropical depression. so far it has not. looks pretty organized now. let me show you an i-report from this weekend. trying to get a football game going. not so fast. look at this squall line that races in. heavy downpours. 80 mile per hour gusts. obviously postponed the game a little bit. you can see why. visibility
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